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't kerry. he was a politician on the verge of becoming the first black president of the united states. and a lot of journalists who were too young to cover the civil rights stories of the 60's, they weren't going to miss out on helping to shape history twice. so, they covered him the way they covered him. you know, by slobbering all over him. other historic figure. she could be the first woman president of the united states. this week, after those hearings, the media began slobbering in urgent. it will continue ratchet up when she announces she is running as president of the united states. you know what, bill? you it doesn't matter what you think about this. it doesn't matter what i think about. this it doesn't matter what krauthammer thinks about it. it doesn't matter what brit hume thinks about it. it doesn't matter what anybody thinks about it. because these people, these journalists were born without the embarrassment. nothing embarrasses them about how they behave. >> do you think that brian williams and and the rest of them, diane sawyer, martha raddatz, do you think that they k
. father an oil man and senator of the united states raised al in privilege. he became a champion of the left in adulthood. cashing in big time on the global warming issue. the former vice president used some of that money to then invest in a far left cable network that has been a collosal failure. so al-and his merry men decided to sell that network. according to the "new york times" today, they wanted to close the deal last week to avoid the higher capital gains tax this year. sounds like good business sense, right? here's what is confusing. just two months ago. old al gave an interview to the reuters news service and said this. >> the single most popular proposal we had was to reduce taxes on working people and lift the higher rate. let's give an incentive to work and let's ask the most fortunate in our society, including me and you. >> yeah. >> to do our fair share. >> bill: to do our fair share. isn't that fascinating? so, what is our fair share? oh, i guess that means selling assets at the lower capital gains rate. and it even gets worse. al gore sold his cable network to, w
to fulfill -- that congress fulfills its responsibility and ensures that the united states of america pays its bills as it has always paid its bills through the its history. >> bill: just shut up and pay. all right? don't be asking for anything, just pay. it's mr. obama's way or the highway. again, he could use an executive order to ignore the debt ceiling and i will not be surprised if he does. so, what we have here is not a failure to communicate as they once said in the movie cool hand lou. but a president who believes he can do what he wants to do with little accountability. he has already signed executive order changing immigration rules. that was done in the middle of the night. few even know about it if this continues there will be a constitutional crisis in america. unfortunately we the people are slow to understand what's actually happening here. there is no collaboration going none washington right. >> now the president is not able to persuade republicans to see it his way. now he ♪ even trying to do that mr. obama is hell bent on changing the u.s.a. and, in his mind, no one is
's union that is affiliated with the united nations gave its highest honor to a female suicide bomber that killed 21 people. we have a petition at www poip the law fare -- www. the law fair organize.com. >> it pisses me off. >> i will be shooting a porn without a condom coming up. february 6th through the 10th i will be rick bronson's house of comedy, february 6th through 10th. tomorrow morning on i will be on so sirius raw dog radio. february 6th through the 10th. >> i want to commend both brooke and paul for keeping it fiesty in the last segment. i am sure we will get mail wondering why you are such an expert on porn, brooke, but i won't go there. i will let the e-mail come in. back to you, tom. >> very special thanks to brooke, bill schulz, paul and rusty humphreys. that does it for me. see you next time. >> bill: is it legal segment tonight. lance armstrong one of the most famous american athletes in the world has admitted to using dope while competing in bicycle races. for years armstrong denied it. >> listen, i have said it for seven years. i have said it for longer than seven y
administration to make those hard choices. i think we are threading water in the united states. and i think president obama is in some ways a figure of a threading water are a. >> bill: treading water because i'm an old lifeguard and diver. you are going further out to sea. you are not staying where you are treading the water and you are not going to be able to when you want to it swim into shore. you are so far offshore it's going to be almost impossible to get back. i submitted to brit hume that the president understands that if he can read or maybe he just ignores the gao report like he ignored his own debt commission. maybe he does that. maybe he is locked in an ideological jar that he just says, you know what? i don't give a fig. i'm going to do. this tough, i don't care about the consequences. maybe. if he is a man, genuinely, genuinely concerned about his country, got to see the urgency of this. yet, he does not address it. you she, -- you know, doesn't. president reagan he too was a lifeguard. he saved 77 lives on the rock river in illinois and always saw himself in hero i can role.
. western europe is much further down the road of secular progressivism than the united states. >> bill: there is a backlash. >> there is a backlash because a lot of these traditional folks in europe are saying hey, wait. we have tried the secularism, liberalism, and it is destroying their country. >> it's too late for them in europe. it's too late. >> it may very well be and we are getting there fast. >> bill: colmes and his crew may win. next on the run down, lance armstrong admits to doping, lying and being a complete jerk. and this could have a huge legal implication for armstrong. is it legal moments away. [ male announcer ] coughequence™ #8. waking the baby. [ coughs ] [ baby crying ] ♪ [ male announcer ] robitussin® liquid formula soothes your throat on contact and the active ingredient relieves your cough. robitussin®. don't suffer the coughequences™. gives you 1% cash back on all purchases, plus a 50% annual bonus. and everyone but her likes 50% more cash, but i have an idea. do you want a princess dress? yes. cupcakes? yes. do you want an etch-a-sketch? yes! do you wan
by the ambassador of the united nations were false. >> bill: once again secretary clinton didn't respond, allowing senator mccain's comments to float in the air. it should also be noted not one, not one democrat asked mrs. clinton the tough question. now, come on. that's appalling. are you guys looking out for the folks or what? secretary clinton will leave her job as soon as john kerry is confirmed as the new secretary of state, which should be in early february. but going forward, mrs. clinton doesn't really have to worry much about libya. it's clear americans are not holding her accountable. in a if new fox news poll 59% of americans approve of secretary clinton's job performance. just 29 percent disapprove. clearly the folks think she has been effective running the state department. many americans believe that hillary clinton will run for president in 2016. and if she does, she will be formidable. everybody knows she dodged bullets in various controversies while her husband was president. including the fact that she made nearly $100,000 in a very questionable commodities trade. summing up, if
the country during their inaugurations. deserve, protect and defend the constitution of the united states. >> preserve protect and defend the constitution of the united states. >> so help you god? >> so help me god. >> bill: now the only exceptions to using the bible were john quincy adams in 1825 and teddy roosevelt in 19 used the baseball in second inauguration. there is a move to remove the bible from the inauguration. on monday he will place his hands on two bibles. one from abraham lincoln and the other from dr. martin luther king jr. andrew seattle who is with the freedom from religion foundation. mr. stittle, abraham lincoln and dr. king too two amazing american icons you want to take their bibles and remove them from the ceremony. >> i much prefer dr. king's writing on the letter from the birmingham jail where he talks about the white church standing on the sideline mouthing trivialalities and pyes irrelevancy while he does the work of the civil rights movement. >> bill: you must know that dr. king invoked god in almost every speech that he made. >> article 2 section one of the co
fox report's" top five. and on this day in 1973, the united states supreme court handed down one of its most controversial decisions ever when roe v. wade legalized most abortion in the united states. abortion had been really a serious criminal offense in the u.s. since around the time of the civil war. but not because opponents considered it immoral. no, the reason, money. a physician's organization had reportedly pushed to make it illegal as a way to eliminate competition by putting abortion providers out of business. the authorities are said to have rarely enforced the laws until the 1930s when a crackdown led to a reform movement which ultimately led to roe v. wade. to this day abortion is still one of the most divisive issues in our nation. a top court issued a landmark ruling 40 years ago today. and now you know the news for this tuesday, january the 22nd, 2013. i'm shepard smith. we're back tomorrow, noon pacific, 3:00 eastern for "studio b." and back here for "the fox report" tomorrow night. thanks for trusting us for your news and information. analysis and opinion begins
the face of the united states and representing the president. >> bill: so sthees their pr person. >> well, yes. yes. it's been a frustrating role for her. because she's smart and has good ideas. >> bill: she's a good soldier, this is a way to reward her? >> i think that, well, i think that is one reason. i think it's partly because they wanted to reward her for doing this, partly it was a thank you to bill clinton. who really worked hard for the president, though it wa was -- bill. >> bill: that is good inside stuff that may well be the motivation for him doing it. but steve kroft could have zeroed in on hillary clinton and said what brit human just said or what i have been saying about libya. >> you're not going learn anything. >> bill: you don't have to learn if they ask the right question and they dodge the question, all right? it's simple as i said in talking points memo, miss quinn. what was preventing you from going on a sunday show. he's your guy. why weren't you out there. i'm a simple man. you know that better than anyone. it's a question, answer it. right? am i wrong here? what?
are a former stripper here in the united states or some other country. >> in the united states. formerr and 100% of the strippers are welfare recipients. >> you are telling me that the strippers are welfare recipients? >> yeah. >> aren't you getting paid. >> they need that money because they have someone baby-sitting their children so when they get off from work they may have to get money from that machine. >> bill: let me get this straight but you get paid to strip, right? >> you get paid. >> bill: but you are on welfare too. >> yes. >> they don't get paid enough. >> thank you, thank you so much. the benefit. you need -- this is something that we're -- i ran for governor for state of new york last year. this was a part of my platform in the beginning. >> bill: so you think it's okay then for people to access both strippers and people watching strippers? >> baseless for the say legislative body to get up and talk about this matter because you have people on wall street with businesses entire family son welfare. >> bill: that's not right. >> how could the federal -- what do you call sinful -- wh
on life. millions of muslims admire jesus as a prophet. in fact, the united states was founded on judeo-christian philosophy. that's what shaped our constitutionalct tenets. again, if yous are stone cold dumb and don't understand the difference between an organized church and philosophy, i cannot help you. in 1927, president calvin coolidge made my point when he he sent this christmas message to the american people. quote: christmas is not a time or a season but a state of mind. to cherish peace and goodwill be plentyyour in mercy. if we think on these things there will be born in us a savior and over w us will shine a star sending its gleam of hope to the world, unquote. that's from my private collection, by the wayo . is calvin coolidge promoting religion in that christmas greeting? of course not. he is promoting a mind set of goodwill now, the more intelligent far left people realize what i'm telling is you an absolutely correct historically and theologically. many of them don't care. they want any hint of spirit the public square. earlier this week rhode island governor lincoln ch
admire jesus as a prophet. as a matter of fact, the united states was founded on judeo-christian philosophy. if you're stone-cold dumb and don't understand the difference between an organized church and a philosophy, i cannot help you. in 1927, president calvin coolidge made my point when he sent this christmas message to the american people, quote, christmas is not a time or a season, but a state of mind. cherish peace and goodwill, to be plenty immersed, is to have the real spirit of christmas. we think on these there will be born in us a savior and over us will shine a star sending its gleam of hope to the world, unquote. that's from my private collection, by the way. is calvin coolidge promoting religion in that christmas greeting? of course not. he's promoting a mindset of goodwill. now, the more intelligent far left people realize what i'm telling you is absolutely correct, historically and thee logically. many don't want any hint of spirituality out of the public scare. earlier this week, rhode island governor asked by a reporter why he will not call the state c
of it in the black neighborhoods, i said this to our guest, reverend ira akree. >> when the civil united states legislation wasn't kicked in, the black family was much more stable than it is today. 70% of black babies born out of wedlock and i think the number in 1960 was below 50%. so, things have gotten worse as the society has gotten more progressive. >> well, we don't want to make it a racial-- >>, but that's what it is. it's black crime going on in chicago, and the percentage of out of wedlock births among black americans was 25% in 1965, was that a surveyor of bernard goldberg.com. and the reverend clearly didn't want to address that. >> and i'm tempted to say understandably, but i think it's embarrassing. 72.5% out of wedlock birth rate in america today. african-americans. >> for african-americans, that's embarrassing. and you know, in the entire recorded history of the planet, there has never been a greater voluntary abandonment of men from their children than this is today in black america, never. i mean, when men went off to war, they had to go off to war, that wasn't voluntary, but n
forestripper. >> bill: here in the united states or some other country. >> in the united states. being a former stripper. >> bill: yeah. >> and 100% of the strippers are welfare recipients. >> bill: wait? you are telling me that the strippers are are welfare recipients? >> yeah. >> bill: aren't you getting paid? >> they need that money. because they have someone baby-sitting their children so that when they get off from work they may have to get money from that machine. >> bill: so you buy it jimmy or what? >> well, thank god it's only -- what did you say three or four people in the entire country doing that? >> bill: in new york. i don't know the exact number. not that many. >> as long as it's just a few. you are saying cat was a stripper? >> bill: i'm not telling you. that's what he said. >> i'm telling you the stage is too damn low if this guy is a stripper. and i don't need him coming in here and dangling his belief systems in front of me. all right? who says you can't spend food stamps on edible undies, billy? it's the american way. this country is going to hell in a g string. enjoy the ri
saying we are not white or black america, red or blue where the united states of america. that was very refreshing. i think when people first heard him give that speech. it was a sense of inclusiveness and let's get beyond the america. criticism of not having women and the response. you see we are inhis perpetual mode of bean counting in america. the president got himself in trouble on this on his own. he made such a big deal of well, we're diverse and we have diversity. how about just have excellence. and if they're women or black or gay or straight, it doesn't matter. if they are excellent appointees and smart and knowledgeable and can offer something to the american people. isn't that what we deserve? and the people who are paying their taxes? >> bill: you are almost sticking up for the president because i think what is he doing. it looks to me like he is saying i don't have a litmus test for we have got to have 8 women and got to have four blacks. >> that's good. shouldn't demonize other people. >> bill: sticking up for barack obama here who is under a barrage of criticism from both
cradle to grave. that's the ideal to which he wants to move the united states. >> bill: doesn't he see what's happened in countries like italy and spain and greece where the debt has now overwhelmed the government's ability to even function? doesn't -- see, beyond president obama's economic outlook. i don't get it. i thought about this. he blew it. he should have won. he would have won if he he had entered any urgency into the campaign the final week. he didn't. so mr. obama is a very lucky man. he is not learning any lessons from what we see visibly in europe. he is not learning any lessons from a 16 trillion-dollar plus debt. none. >> look, i agree with you entirely. if i were in a room with obama, i would be saying exactly that to him. i would be saying for 30 years we have had debates since the early reagan days about debt and deficit spending and ultimately being overtaken. and they would have been theoretical debates in the 80's. they are no longer theoretical debates. as you say we have the empirical evidence. it's in from europe. this can't go on. this will wreck the country. n
ever get done in the united states. i think it's useful to debate it you look at the experience of australia back in the 1990s. >> don't have all the guns. don't have the guns. >> and you can't buy up to 3 purex million guns. >> bill: the folks don't want to give the guns up because they want to be protected. this is a big country. and it's a dangerous country. all right? >> do you need 30 bullets in a clip to protect yourself? >> you don't. and if new york wants to ban that i'm for it, but not texas. they do what they want. different state, different circumstance. last word. >> i just think it's too easy to move those guns across state lines. >> all right, george. thanks very much. always great talking to you. plenty more ahead as the factor moves along this evening. watters world down at the inauguration. that means trouble. we will show you what happened down there. it's a very entertaining segment. also talks to collin powell and eva longoria there is collin powell. he talked to jesse watters about echoing president obama's point of view. crawl and colmes will get into that.
're doing it. we ran into the same problem with united way after 9-11. you may remember that investigation we did. now, the other thing is that it's very, very cold here in the northeast now. we got people out in staten island and other places, still don't have heat. it seems with all of this money, that you'd be able to buy these people a big portable heater and just give it to them so they'd have heat. this is what i'm talking about here. >> right. and they have strong enough and they have enough technology for weather forecasting that they could have predicted this coming along and organization cost have deployed people. we all reporter fundraising efforts after sandy. >> bill: everybody gave money and rock stars gave their time and the event came together quickly. this is disturbing to me. i'm going to ask to you give me a grade based upon what's happening in the private sector, all right, a being the best performance. f being the worst performance. of all the private charities, where are we here? >> it's so hard because you're grouping groups that have done tremendous work in local t
around the world, being the face of the united states and representing the president, but it has been. >> bill: pr person you are saying? >> yes, yes. it's been a very frustrating role for her because she is mart and she has a lot of good ideas. >> bill: she was a good soldier and this was the way reto reward her? >> i think that's one reason. i think partly because they wanted to reward her for doing. this partly it was a thank you to bill clinton who really worked hard for the president. >> ms. quinn, that is good inside stuff, and that may well be the president's motivation for him doing it. but steve kroft could have zeroed in on hillary clinton and said what brit hume just said or what i have been saying about benghazi, libya and saying, you know, hey. >> you are not going to learn anything. >> >> bill: believe me, you don't have to learn if you ask the right question and they dodge the question, all right, and the congress people didn't ask the right questions. very simple as i said in talking points memo, ms. quinn, why didn't you go on the sunday shows? what was preventing you
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